Top 8 ERP Tools
SAP ERPOracle E-Business SuitePeopleSoftSAP Business OneSAP S4HANAJD Edwards EnterpriseOneMicrosoft Dynamics AXIFS Applications
The solution has far more features, processes, and functionalities than we previously had.
Its integration is most valuable.
It makes financial operations easier to perform.
There is essentially one solution for every industry within Oracle — you won't require a third-party solution.
It is a customizable product. We can customize it based on our needs, which is one of the features that I like about PeopleSoft. As far as financial accounting is concerned, the user interface is very good. You can also configure Chart of Accounts for all performance insights.
It's fully integrated with great dashboard and interface.
All parts for inventory control, project budget, accounting, and business information are valuable. It is very friendly to obtain information. It is also very easy to make the changes that we need. We have a developer with us, and he can make the required changes or rules.
The solution can scale well.
The scalability is excellent, especially on cloud deployment models.
I have found the solutions best features to be financial procurement, inventory, and manufacturing.
The interface is very user-friendly.
One of the valuable features of the solution is how easy it is to use.
The relation between CRM and Sales, that's the main strength of this ERP.
Some of the strengths are Enterprise Management Solutions and the series of Management solutions which is number one in Gartner's report and has been for the last five years.
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I work for a mid-sized AEC company. We currently use an older version of BST Enterprise. Which ERP systems do you recommend that would be the most compatible? Thanks! I appreciate the help.
ValeryTezoSenior ICT Consultant/Project Manager at Qualisys
What is the difference between ERP and BPMS Tools? On which elements can we rely to decide if we used an ERP (Like Odoo) or a BPMS tool (e.g. Camunda, BONITA) to develop an application? Thank you for your response.